We walked all over paris for 5 hours wondering and tasting food . I’d like to know the meaning of wondering in this sentence.

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    It's probably a typo - wandering. – Tetsujin Aug 7 '18 at 10:51
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    Source please. Ideally with link. Why is the dictionary definition not acceptable, the present participle of the verb "to wonder". – James K Aug 7 '18 at 11:04
  • No link ,it’s a sentence that i’ve just read on FB . – Ahmed Abd Rabo Aug 7 '18 at 11:32
  • I think asking about what looks like a "one-off" highly-questionable usage (almost certainly from a non-native speaker anyway) is essentially a form of Off-Topic proofreading (we can't really say what it "means" - sowe can only guess at how it should have been expressed). – FumbleFingers Aug 7 '18 at 14:29

It's probably a mistake, and should be wandering.

However, if it's really supposed to be wondering, it's an akward way to say that they were feeling awe and amazement.

We walked all over paris for 5 hours wondering at the magnificent sights and tasting food

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